39 Land adjacent to Bryn Lupus Road, Llanrhos, Llandudno (Option 1)

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27436

Received: 12/08/2019

Respondent: Mr Michael Bailey

Representation Summary:

Objection to the scale and repercussions of the proposed plan

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Field is part of the green belt and has significant importance re nature and birds(92 species).There is already significant flooding in the whole area inc Maes Y Castell, due to water flowing off the Vardre, these developments will surely worsen the water problem.There will be clear traffic issues along Bryn Lupus Rd when the proposed new access road-or school- is built.All large scale development on this field will severely impact on residents of Maes Y Castell,with concerns of anti social behaviour in this quiet area due to the siting of the various recreation areas (who will maintain/police these areas?)all of which abut the Vardre, which is a cultural heritage site.There are no benefits for existing residents.from this huge scheme,which will put great strain on the local infrastructure , and completely change Llanrhos.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27515

Received: 26/08/2019

Respondent: Ms Jeanne MACINNES

Representation Summary:

Any plan to build Deganwy's primary school here in rural area of Llanrhos goes against your stated objectives of:
1 minimise need to travel and dependency on car
2 reduce overall levels of pollution
3 distinctive and special characteristics are protected and enhanced
4 appropriate ... right location
5 appropriate soundscapes.
This scandalous proposal will increase traffic multi fold and totally alter a beautiful rural aspect, fast disappearing from Llandudno. It would be the thin end of a wedge to develop even further until the whole of Llandudno, if not the whole coast, is just one huge conurbation.

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Any plan to build Deganwy's primary school here in rural area of Llanrhos goes against your stated objectives of:
1 minimise need to travel and dependency on car
2 reduce overall levels of pollution
3 distinctive and special characteristics are protected and enhanced
4 appropriate ... right location
5 appropriate soundscapes.
This scandalous proposal will increase traffic multi fold and totally alter a beautiful rural aspect, fast disappearing from Llandudno. It would be the thin end of a wedge to develop even further until the whole of Llandudno, if not the whole coast, is just one huge conurbation.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27520

Received: 29/08/2019

Respondent: Mrs Tracey Warburton

Representation Summary:

Over recent years the traffic has increased on Bryn Lupus Road,it is already a very busy road and has increased traffic during term times, as it is used as a route for school buses,to build a school on this site would only increase the volume of traffic causing problems with highway safety and noise disturbance resulting on a negative impact for local residents and development would spoil the character of the village.
Also when there is heavy rainfall water runs off the Vardre and floods the field and runs down Bryn Lupus Road.

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Over recent years the traffic has increased on Bryn Lupus Road,it is already a very busy road and has increased traffic during term times, as it is used as a route for school buses,to build a school on this site would only increase the volume of traffic causing problems with highway safety and noise disturbance resulting on a negative impact for local residents and development would spoil the character of the village.
Also when there is heavy rainfall water runs off the Vardre and floods the field and runs down Bryn Lupus Road.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27576

Received: 30/08/2019

Respondent: Ms Deborah Haynes

Representation Summary:

Concerned on the possible impact of the plan for Llanrhos regarding the impact on the population and with e.g. infrastructure. Evident that already are problems in the area with e.g. flooding when the rain water comes down from the Vadre/Deganwy Castell areas.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27577

Received: 30/08/2019

Respondent: Ms Maureen P Barrie

Representation Summary:

Concerned with regard to destruction of natural habitat of wildlife/bird life primarily in the filed bordered by Bryn Lupus Road. Flooding issues in same location.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27578

Received: 28/08/2019

Respondent: Mrs P Hill

Representation Summary:

Llanrhos is predominately made up of retired people. If this planning horror goes through - the demographics will be changed completely and certainly not for the better either. We, together with so many others, bought properties here for a peaceful time spent in enjoying a well-deserved quality of retirement. The planning committee members would be well aware of these criteria - and have chosen to ignore facts.
Horrendously increased traffic numbers - all along an already bury "rat run" of a road.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27583

Received: 28/08/2019

Respondent: Mr B Hill

Representation Summary:

This amount of development will increase air pollution which will cause deterioration in air quality and traffic noise.
Not only will the residences of this new development cause an increase in traffic this will also cause an increase in delivery traffic, public transport increases and construction traffic and noise.
Looking at the presentation I noticed no mention of a doctor's surgery or dentist.
Before embarking on large developments within the county the infrastructure needs to be addressed for the wellbeing and safety of the existing residents and visitors.

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